Prostate Problems and BPH in Kent

What is BPH? BPH, or benign prostatic hyperplasia, is a slowly occurring enlargement of the prostate gland in men. It usually occurs to men over the age of 50. How would I know if I have BPH? Men usually come to see a doctor when they have problems with passing urine. These can include: Slow urinary stream A feeling that the bladder doesn’t finish emptying Frequent need to pass urine…

Blood in Pee Campaign

Most people who pee blood would probably think that this was a little worrying.  Sometimes blood in the urine can be the first sign of a really important problem such as a bladder or kidney cancer.  These problems are more common in current or ex-smokers but even people with a healthy lifestyle may have them.  For many people however it is not associated with any major illness and may go…